Dan Siegel, MD
Dan Siegel, MD, is a professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute. He has also done extensive research focusing on attachment theory and child development.
Dan coined the term “mindsight” to describe the human capacity to perceive the mind, and he teaches this skill as a method of breaking habitual responses, deepening interpersonal relationships, and processing difficult emotions.
He has written numerous books, including The Yes Brain and The Power of Showing Up: How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired.
Check out a course featuring Dan Siegel, MD:
The Neurobiology of Trauma
3 CE/CME Credits Available
The Treating Trauma Master Series
10 CE/CME Credits Available
Successful Strategies to Make Your First Sessions Great
3.5 CE/CME Credits Available
How to Apply Mindfulness to Your Clinical Work
12 CE/CME Credits Available
Find out more about how Dan Siegel, MD, approaches the mind here:
Why Mind-Wandering Can Be a Detriment to Happiness
When a person’s thoughts start to stray, they can tend to . .
How Your Brain “Grows Up”
Growing up, do you remember counting down the days . . .
Can Simply Paying Attention Change The Brain? . . .